- The history of the omega-3s by Frank P Ryan - 9/3/2015 11:51:57 AM
It's been a very long time since I wrote The Eskimo Diet, which introduced the world to the health aspects of the omega3s.
So let me explain how it all happened. I was a consultant physician with an interest in gastroenterology and nutrition at the teaching hospitals in Sheffield, one of the major centres of medical research in the UK. My colleague, Reg Saynor, a basic scientist, had been involved in omega-3 research for many years. He invited me to link up with him in explaining the importance of his research to...
- Shells by Dorien Grey - 9/3/2015 4:02:20 AM
Every human being is linked to every other human being by DNA and a myriad of complex commonalities that define us as human. Yet, ultimately, despite all of these links, each of us is on our own when it comes to dealing with the intimidating complexities of life surrounding us. In that regard, each of us is not unlike a single Hermit crab on a vast beach, seeking some a “just ours” shelter into w...
- Reflekshuns (03/September) s by Tygo Lee - 9/3/2015 12:14:06 AM
An inspirational DAILY POSTING for a happier and more peaceful life.
REFLECTION (03 09 15) Tygo Lee
If we dream a dream with all our heart and we make a concerted effort to move along that path, sometimes an apparent fantasy is transformed into a living reality.
- M.C. Beaton, THE BLOOD OF AN ENGLISHMAN by Glen firstname.lastname@example.org - 9/2/2015 10:22:22 AM
This is the twenty-fifth Agatha Raisin mystery. For those of you not aware of this popular sleuth, she is a middle-aged former advertising executive who retired to the Cotswolds where, mostly out of boredom, she set up a detective agency. Although these cozy mysteries are largely plot driven, Agatha’s personality can alternatively amaze and annoy. Her ability to figure out the twists and turns i...
- Riding along..... by Carol M Tetlow - 9/2/2015 8:31:29 AM
.....but this time on a bicycle. Why do we do these things? Weeks ago it seemed perfectly logical to promise a friend that I would partake in the Lower Wensleydale bike ride for charity, 28 miles, from pub to pub (drinking is optional) but as the time approaches, I'm beginning to wonder just how fit my tennis has made me. I might be quite quick around the court but continuous pedalling is slightly...
- A Change of Perspective by Ann K Frailey - 9/2/2015 3:25:36 AM
Today’s Gospel reading was the parable about the talents and the sin of omission, so when the boys brought in buckets and buckets of apples this morning, I could hardly ignore them. It would have been a sin to waste so much good fruit, even if they aren’t the prettiest apples in the world. They are the ones that grow on my trees, the gifts that God has given us this year, and though I had a long...
- The Pagan Moon God by Will Clark - 9/2/2015 1:38:51 AM
WHAT DOES A CRESCENT MOON REPRESENT?
Ever wonder why a crescent moon rises atop Muslim mosques, and on their flags? What relationship would a god, a real god, have with a crescent moon? What would it represent?
We know what the cross above Christian churches and in other places represents. It represents the price Christ paid for our sins, which is the source of our pathway to salvation. Could Muslims’ crescent moon repr...
- Something To Consider - If I Could See by Ashiff Jivraj - 9/1/2015 7:23:53 AM
If I could see our communications airwaves (radio, microwaves, etc) in the color red, a hundred years ago I probably would be able to see a house a hundred and fifty feet away fairly clearly. Today I would be staring at an almost opaque wall of red.
Because we can't see them and they are now a necessary part of everyday life most individuals and institutions ignore their potential risk...
- The way to get best Copywriting services by Pearl Lopez - 9/1/2015 2:31:15 AM
A copywriter before coming out with contents on a particular product should have prior knowledge about the product or service and then bring it out to the world.
Copywriting services are not something that any random person can do. It requires prior expertise and experience in order to be a good copywriter. A copywriter is required to have a good sense of communication and a good grip on the language. Whatever they write about a product should be put forward in a way that conveys the message of the product as well as is appealing to the person looking a...
- Glad I Gave Up Watching TV…and Other Annoying Things by Kage Alan - 8/31/2015 3:25:38 AM
I stopped watching TV for a couple of really good reasons. And I'm about to stop reading online news for a couple of good reasons, too. It's all annoying.
My mother, my husband, and friends will often slip and ask “Hey, did you see that new commercial for (insert some product) yet?” No. No, I haven’t. I don’t watch regular television. Or “Did you catch the episode of (insert some name)?” No. Same answer applies. If I want to watch a show, I’ll watch it online without commercials. And if I want to catch the news, I’ll read it online, not watch some n...
- New Message by Clarence Prince - 8/30/2015 11:55:33 AM
New Message: Today is just another day for us to worship God and hope that His Holy Spirit will rain down upon us comfort for our souls, He loves us endlessly, and we ought to adore Him.
To learn how: Books are for reading; and mines are here ready for you to read. Make sure that you get the words of God; and then read them, study them and take of care them; the words of God are life un...
- Trump the Statesman by Lucille email@example.com - 8/30/2015 8:03:38 AM
He has called Russia's President Putin a gangster. Well now, most of us would agree, but even the greenest of us might not say so on a public podium. Perhaps the dimmest mind would realize that maintaining diplomatic relations, especially with a head of state as powerful and grudge-prone as Putin, is of paramount importance. Any day now Trump may retract that remark in his inimitable way by declar...
- My Muse by Howard Alan Lantzer - 8/29/2015 10:33:13 PM
Her name was...well, that doesn't matter. She was my muse, my goddess, and in the light of her beauty, I was guided to produce STRANGE RIVERS and countless poems. I lay my gifts at the base of the mountain where she resided...but my gifts were rejected.
So be it; I sail away now, "my Argo put to sea." Another goddess? Who can tell? I sail on...
Will the words continue to flow? I ...
- Passages: Vestiges of a youth departed... by Kalikiano Kalei - 8/29/2015 12:46:59 PM
Life is short but human yearning is long. The full awareness of exactly how fleeting youth actually is ironically comes only later in one's life, when most of life's illusions have been smashed to the
The skies outside are gray. There’s even a small, teasing whisper of a cool zephyr outside, as the local weather phenomenon commonly known as the Delta Breeze kicks in to bring down the season...
- Fact is stranger than fiction by Sandra Joy Eastman - 8/29/2015 12:39:45 PM
How to turn a biography into a best selling fiction book.
Many writers struggle when attempting to find a good story idea. Usually those stories are so close at hand we could reach out and touch them.
My own Rubies series was based on real life events and then embellished for fictional purposes. A real life event was turned into an intriguing novel filled with twists and turns that were shaped and molded from real life.
If you ...
- Guardian for Children by Jack Christophe - 8/29/2015 12:03:00 PM
* LEGAL BATTLE
* RESTRICTED CASINO CONTENT VS CHILDREN’S CONTENT
* 5 BILLION DOLLAR CORPORATION VS CHILDREN’S AUTHOR
* Why is a Multinational Adult Entertainment Company attacking a Child
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* LEGAL BATTLE
* RESTRICTED CASINO CONTENT VS CHILDREN’S CONTENT
* 5 BILLION DOLLAR CORPORATION VS CHILDREN’S AUTHOR
* Why is a Multinational Adult Entertainment Company attacking a Children’s Author and his cartoons with entirely different industries and audiences?
AN OPEN LETTER
How our Children’s story came to life
- What Will We Do About All Of This Violence? by David Ravenwood - 8/29/2015 8:00:40 AM
A Houston, Texas law enforcement official was gunned down while pumping gas into his police car. The killer evidently shot him several times from behind for no reason other than his position as a lawman who was out doing his job. When will we end this gun violence? We keep hearing gun advocates say the answer is not more gun control, but keeping guns out of the hands of unstable people. I never he...
- Eva's Byte # 18: Raising the Bar—Literally! by Eva Pasco - 8/28/2015 11:48:22 PM
There are places I remember
All my life, though some have changed
Some forever not for better
Some have gone and some remain (Beatles, “In My Life” from 'Rubber Soul,' 1965)
If you uphold the notion you can tell a lot about a place by what it does with its eggs, follow me to Foley’s Tavern–not the Foley’s of today, but the one of yesteryear– that special place where many ...
- GO GUN AMERICA by Uriah J. Fields - 8/28/2015 3:49:12 PM
More people are killed in America by shootings than any other country in the world.I invite you to read my article that contains a proposal to address this issue. Visit: http: uriahfields.com gpage92.html....
- Was Bryce Williams a Difficult Employee? by angela hauzeur - 8/28/2015 7:17:24 AM
Was Bryce Williams a Difficult Employee?
Surprised and devastated, no one could believe Bryce Williams, a reporter, killed two of his co-workers. At first glance, you want to know what made him do it. According to various managers at the TV stations they stated, “He was a difficult and disgruntled employee.”
Call me crazy, but I had to take pause and ask—was he? As an African Am...
- First Post by Michael D LeFevre - 8/28/2015 4:23:39 AM
This is my first post from my new blog topic on blogger.com
In my newest topic of the Rambo-ization of American youth in the 1980s, I look at the first film that played a part in this. It may seem a odd choice but I examine the 1981 comedy hit "Stripes" starring Bill Murray. For a full read, go to: http: tobychainsaw.blogspot.co.uk 2015 08 it-may-seem-odd-that-first-film-i-would.html
- Cyber security insurance by John Parker - 8/27/2015 11:10:25 PM
Security Insured know that you need an insurer that takes the time to understand your business and has specialist knowledge of your marketplace to ensure that you have all the correct cover.
Last year 81% of large UK businesses and 60% of small companies suffered a cyber security breach. A report published on 23 March by HM Government and Marsh, one of the UK’s leading insurance brokers and risk advisors, announces new joint initiatives between government and the insurance sector to help firms get to grips with cyber risk; to establish Interview with Thriller author J.M. Brown by Janette M Brown - 8/27/2015 5:34:52 AM
Interview with Socrates’ Book Reviews
Please join me in welcoming author J.M. Brown to Socrates’ Book Reviews. JM is the author a new psychological thriller, Pretty Maidens All In A Row. We are very happy she is visiting with us today.
Welcome, J.M.! Thank you for stopping by.
1) First, when did you know you wanted to write books and thrillers?
- From Bob: How About...? by Conversations About God - 8/27/2015 3:42:56 AM
It is a dangerous process...we have become desensitized
to the results of warfare,
to the prominence of violence at many levels,
to our loss of respect for another child of God
and to our stories of unfaithfulness.
Now we look for more sensationalism, wanting to see something even more sensational than the last event:
- As August Passes On Its Way by Steve Kerr - 8/27/2015 3:10:22 AM
Has August just rushed past without stopping to say hello?
This weekend sees the last bank holiday before the Christmas break and already there is a touch of sweet Autumn in the air but hey ! isn`t Autumn beautiful in its very particular way?
Last week thousands lined the streets of Liverpool to pay their respects to Cilla.There were eulogies that had us in stitches and fond memories ...
- Stability Ball Kit by George Warholak - 8/26/2015 7:50:45 AM
How do we get rid of that belly fat? The STABILITY BALL KIT by weight-watchers is the perfect solution.
Although this writer walks frequently, and works the upper body, my obliques have been neglected. Not overweight by any imagination, but the belly always seems to have a protrusion of some degree. So this writer purchased a stability ball kit, which comes with a pump and CD. The cost was about $14.88 plus tax. Well, after a workout every other day, I noticed a great improvement in the mid-section;...
- End of Vacation; End of Summer by John Herlihy - 8/26/2015 4:28:45 AM
As we come to the end of summer, this marks the end of summer and the end of a long vacation. I have now returned to my home base in Doha after a long and extended journey that brought me to Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro, Paris, Amsterdam, Boston, New York and finally Miami which is my home base in the US. I hope to continue to write and post more poems as time goes by and write about my rafting and...
- Pain free tooth repair by John Sutcliffe - 8/26/2015 2:50:51 AM
Dental device promises pain-free tooth repair
- An Amusing Day! by Janice Horner - 8/24/2015 12:36:37 AM
This is how my day went one Saturday a few years back. I came across this piece of writing, sorting through some of my files on my lap top. I thought it would be nice to share it here on Author's Den
Saturday 20 April 2013.
I offered to look after my two youngest grandsons Alfie and Jack on Saturday so that my son Ryan and partner Stacey could both go to work! It started like this...
I boarded the bus and the driver beamed at me; most unusual (most of them just hand you the ticket with without any eye contact)!
"Do you do this journey often?" he asked, still smiling.
- Adoption vs. Abortion- A Couple Letters Make an Eternal Difference by katie j hook - 8/23/2015 7:28:39 PM
Controversial or not, adoption and abortion need to be discussed more.
Why people might choose to get an abortion?
-Too many kids
-Problems at home
-Avoid parent’s anger
-No help at home
Why people might choose to adopt a baby?
-Long to ...
- Cold Coffee Press Book Review for Full Circle by Gloria Antypowich by Theodocia Mclean - 8/23/2015 2:18:03 PM
Cold Coffee Press Endorses Full Circle (Belanger Creek Ranch Book 2) by Gloria Antypowich as a Contemporary Adult Romance inspired by her husband (they are both retired) who is the love of her life. T
Full Circle by Gloria Antypowich is book two of The Belanger Creek Ranch Series. I was delighted to discover that book two continues where book one (The Second Time Around) left off. Book two adds more well defined characters that not only tie both books together, but move ahead with real life situations that involve work, play, past, present, family, friendship, love, hate, romance and genuine pa...
- Strength of Spirit by Jay Onwukwe - 8/22/2015 11:45:55 PM
On this beautiful Sunday,
As you live your Life with "Strength of Spirit",
You shall walk and not faint…
You shall run and not be weary…
You shall soar with the wings of eagles…
As you go to meet your GOOD (Isaiah 40:31).
Have a productive week ahead.
http: sacredcouples.com index.php 80-7-steps-to-a-simple%2C-easy-and-happy-life
- Those Darn Dizzy Spells by Sandie Angel - 8/22/2015 6:18:00 AM
Sorry folks! I have been having a lot of dizzy spells lately and haven't been around anywhere. I can just barely make this post while this dizziness is attacking me. The dizzy spells are like clockwork, happens around the same time everyday, and could last for many hours if I don't take the Gravols to calm it down. When that happens I just can't do anything. The Gravol pills are making me tir...
- Don't be Afraid of the Big Bad Motoman by John A. Autero - 8/22/2015 3:26:15 AM
Science fiction has portrayed robots in a variety of ways over the years. From hulking masses of metal and electronics that destroy towns and cities (War of the Worlds for example) to the cute and interesting variety (R2D2 or Tweeky from the Buck Rogers TV show) as well as the highly intelligent variety (C3PO, Science Officer Ash from Alien - who was really more of a cyborg than a robot... but you...
- Meet Children's Author Gregory E. Bray by Cheryl Carpinello - 8/21/2015 3:26:30 PM
Carpinello's Writing Pages welcomes children's writer Gregory E. Bray who personally knows Geroge of the Jungle!
http: carpinelloswritingpages.blogspot.com 2015 08 meet-childrens-author-gregory-e-bray.html
- SAMMY'S TALES VI - REFLECTIONS by Richard G Stevens - 8/19/2015 9:21:59 PM
The adventures of 'Sammy the Snail', is a serial about a campervan which is running on my website at: http: www.richvens.co.uk blogs---what-do-you-think category sammys-trails - pictures of Sammy and the next installment can also be viewed there:
Thump! The Sap has just dashed in and slams my back door, he’s furious. He’s standing on the doormat as naked as the day he was born shivering with ...
- Responsibilities of a Mother by Pamela Harris - 8/18/2015 12:21:43 PM
Parenting Tips for Raising Responsible Children
According to the University of North Carolina School of Education, a mother is chiefly responsible for nurturing and rearing her children. A mother has an obligation to help her children develop strong moral principles early in life. The mother’s presence and daily guidance in the life of her children helps them to develop positive character tra...
- The Importance of Water for Our Pet's Health by Toni Okeson - 8/17/2015 8:26:27 AM
- The Art Musem by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart - 8/16/2015 10:08:18 AM
What I found there
What do you see when you visit an art museum? I spent several hours in one this week and was affected in ways I didn't think the exhibits in an art museum would affect me. To me many of the paintings were not cold works of art. They were life, captured and encapsulated in the brushstrokes of the artist's brush. Depictions of two young lovers just discovering their feelings. Mothers and their child...
- Garden Fairy by Christine Tsen - 8/16/2015 7:20:51 AM
Grace in the garden. For Marsha.
Spontaneous acts of lovingly placed attention and love...
- Mirror, Mirror on the Wall... by Barbara J Henry - 8/14/2015 11:10:04 AM
Beauty from within far outweighs brief "surface beauty."
Many of us are far too concerned about our physical looks.
We spend considerable time nipping and tucking trying to make our physical attractiveness more beautiful;we want her nose, and that ones lips.Oh, and give me her eyes.With all of the obsession over looking like anyone but ourselves, we have forgotten that beauty from within far outweighs brief surface beauty.
- Fighting CPS by Deborah K. Frontiera - 8/14/2015 9:36:39 AM
The purpose of this blog has been to provide updates on some of the cases I reported in my book (Fighting CPS: Guilty Until Proven Innocent of Child Protective Services Charges ISBN 9-780-9800061-6-2)
The following article was gleaned off the internet on the date indicated. (Fair Use applies here.)
Heather Graf, KING 5 News 6:52 a.m. PDT May 26, 2015
A Pierce County couple is fighting for custody of their own child, after they say Child Protective Services took their son with little explanation.
This isn't the first time young Bubby Everson has made headlines. KING 5 first met the 9...
- Palace Poetry Challenge Blog by Kathleen L. McDonald - 8/13/2015 10:01:03 AM
A place to go and share poetry with other poets. I have made this blog so that the picture challenges that I send out each week have a place to put all their poems in for all of us to enjoy.
http: picture-sunday-palace-blog.com youthful-shadows ...
- Pleased & Honored by Nancy A Kaiser - 8/13/2015 9:35:01 AM
A little over a year ago, I was introduced to Chief Robert & Terri Tall Tree, who were giving a talk on a healer’s summit. Being an animal communicator who is deeply connected to Nature, their message that day resonated with me. I decided to delve a little deeper into their teachings. Little did I realize just where that would lead. Our relationship really took off when I was invited to join ...
- Looking for a publication some of my work can be published in and need your help by Tascha Lee Dresser - 8/11/2015 10:41:56 AM
Dear readers of my blog:
This year I have been attempting to get some of my short stories published in literary journals to no avail. Each journal I have submitted work to has declined it, one of them even mentioned something about the syntax needing work and wanting it to come from the perspective of the heroine of the story but I know they just were trying to give me excuses as to why they...
- Internet connectivity a basic requirement today by Shirley victor - 8/10/2015 11:57:13 PM
Computer science is a very important field of study today. In the last 20 years there has been a massive development in computer science and technology, so much so that most of our daily activities are influenced by this computer technology. It has made several everyday tasks of our life much simpler and efficient, like booking your travel tickets or watching a movie. In the future, the role of co...
- G.P.S.(Goddamn Piece of Shit) by Kit Kingdom - 8/8/2015 12:57:34 PM
A look at the joys of dealing with the G.P.S.
For those few of you who aren’t huge fans of driving around hopelessly lost, as I will undoubtedly be doing next weekend on the road to my vacation in wherever I ultimately find myself, the GPS is intended to eliminate this hassle, and often it does.
And then there are the other times. . . .
The times when it directs you to roads that don’t exist or aren’t where they’re suppose...
- Tweaked It! by Thurman L Faison - 8/8/2015 12:09:31 PM
I tweaked my website page to make it more concise and less cluttered. By the way, my website was provided "free" by Webstarts.com Here is mine. Of course I could have included more pages, but my purpose was the keep it simple. People today are in a hurry, smile. Here is the link
http: www.spirituallyinclined.com ...
- Back to School by D.L. Carroll - 8/8/2015 9:47:36 AM
What are you placing in your child's backpack for the coming school year? We vote for Sir Licksalot books!...
- Devolution by Stan I.S Law (aka Stanislaw Kapuscinski) - 8/7/2015 3:43:48 AM
Of Gods and Men
- Talk about aging. by John A Carlson - 8/6/2015 4:06:21 AM
Can someone please help me understand why people do not want to talk about aging? Everyone is aging.. why do folks like to deny it?
I would love to hear from you....
- Amazon Bestselling Ghostwriter by Karen S. firstname.lastname@example.org - 8/4/2015 5:50:44 PM
By Karen S. Cole, Name Book Ghostwriter, Editor and Marketer
Thank you very much for visiting our GWI Blog Website. I am Karen S. Cole, Name Book Ghostwriter and Amazon Bestselling Ghostwriter. I have also had my “edited” books listed on the NYT Bestseller Lists, for both fiction and nonfiction. However, nowadays I usually send my incoming job leads and client prospects out to my list of NYT and Amazon bestselling ghostwriters on our Ghost Writer...
- Dilemma by Mardy San Diego - 8/4/2015 2:13:25 PM
Someone told me that she might be that person whom I can call "a Love that can never happen".
A LOVE THAT CAN NEVER HAPPEN has such complexity for me. How can you ever say that that person is a love that can't be when you are indeed already fallen. You are or might be in love for some reason. It's not that it can never happen because it already happened, you are already there clinging on the hope that there might be a bit of chance for that person to feel the same way about you or maybe th...
- Real Facts About Contact Dermatitis by Holly Elswick - 8/2/2015 6:44:00 PM
Allergic contact dermatitis occurs whenever skin, which has become sensitive to a certain substance (allergen), comes in connection with that substance once again. This is a delayed skin reaction that
Allergic contact dermatitis occurs whenever skin, which has become sensitive to a certain substance (allergen), comes in connection with that substance once again. This is a delayed skin reaction that typically develops 12 to 72 hours after visibility.
the Importance of Authors Marketing their Books! by Lorraine M Harris - 8/2/2015 9:27:38 AM
What authors need to know if their book is going to sell.
When my first book was published I wish someone had told me what it meant to promote, market and sell your book. No matter how your book is published--traditional or self-published--the author is responsibility for marketing his her book. If I had known the importance of marketing my book this is what I would suggest to other authors.
1. Develop a marketing plan.< p...
- Minnesota Boy by Steven M Ulmen - 7/31/2015 3:14:00 PM
I'm pleased to add this reference to my blog While you are here, also check out my link to Blood on the Prairie. Thank you. Steve
http: eagleentertainmentusacom.blogspot.com 2015 07 minnesota-boy.html...
- Mystery Mondays: How to join authors supporting authors… by Kristina Stanley - 7/31/2015 4:32:38 AM
Last week I promised to share how you can post on Mystery Mondays, and I will. But first let me show you the schedule till year-end. Check out the Mystery Mondays announcement for the schedule up to Oct 19th.
Mystery Mondays has the pleasure and honour of hosting the following authors:
Oct 26th: Jesse Giles Christensen – songwriter and bestselling author of Pelican Bay.
- Exclusive Features of Dissertation Discussion Service by Anthony Regan - 7/30/2015 9:25:25 PM
Dissertation discussion service is platform where students get all their academic results.
Dissertations are serious academic writing tasks which determine your success in your academic course. The discussion section of a dissertation comes after the candidate has conducted his her research, has analyzed the research discoveries and has written the results. This section is arguably the most problematic and challenging part of the dissertation and takes a good amount of energy, knowledge...
- How to Make Your Blog Post SEO Friendly by jason brown - 7/30/2015 10:37:21 AM
How to Make Your Blog Post SEO Friendly
You’ve poured your heart into your most recent blog post, spending hours accumulating data, interviewing your sources, acquiring photos, writing, editing, rewriting and finally publishing your post. All that work should yield a terrific windfall of traffic, right?
- Politically Homeless by Mary Terzian - 7/30/2015 7:02:26 AM
A young woman's struggles to acquire higher education by choosing her own path for emancipation against established protocols, cultural upbringing and political turmoil, in order to realize her unreac
Until I graduated from the PEN USA Emerging Voices scholarship program in 2011 I had limited myself to articles despite pressure from my Toastmasters friends to write a memoir about my life. What could be so interesting about it? I was born to refugee parents in Egypt, in the Armenian diaspora. No, we didn’t travel on camels and I was not a relic from ancient history. Cairo was a cosmopolitan city...
- Assignment writing service by mary sanz - 7/29/2015 10:26:18 PM
By using a best Assignment writing service, students can get best assignments.
Professional academic writers are the backbone of a best Assignment writing service. They are the cream of the academic world. Whether you are a student, you must need an academic writing skill for writing a neat dissertation or any other Assignment papers. It is a necessary skill wanted today. In the case of students, they have to write essays, dissertation in their academics.
- Lessons Learned from Walter Palmer and Cecil the Lion by Jane Freund - 7/29/2015 4:54:16 PM
Walter Palmer's killing of Cecil the Lion sparked international outrage. However, lessons can be learned from this incident.
Prior to yesterday, Walter Palmer was primarily known as a dentist from Bloomington, Minnesota. Now, he is known as the hunter whose face is ALL OVER social and offline media thanks to a picture of a grinning Palmer standing over the b...
- A Book Worth Howling Over by Micki Peluso - 7/28/2015 5:54:04 PM
This novel prequel relates genetic tampering with wolves and dogs.
The Alphas: Prequel to Howl of the Wolf, Heirs to the Throne Trilogy
By Diane Rapp
As a prequel to her sci-fi trilogy, this book shines. Anyone loving animals, especially dogs and wolves, will be drawn into this fascinating story. Carra, whose beloved German Shepherd was stolen, cannot believe the mystery, evil and suspense going on in the dog breeding society. She discovers horrifyi...
- A Special Invitation from Donald Trump by Robert M. Liu - 7/28/2015 4:56:08 PM
This is a commentary on Donald Trump's campaign for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination.
A Special Invitation from Donald Trump
It was in mid-November 2007 that I with some surprise found a special invitation from Donald Trump in the mailbox of my residence in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. At the back of the envelope was printed his New York City address: 48 W. 37th St., 7th floor, New York, NY 10018.
‘Please be my personal guest to hear my real sto...
- Forked Tongue by Michael C. Jones - 7/28/2015 4:01:21 PM
Say one thing and doing another!
In downtown Detroit at Hart Plaza, most of the concerts were free, at least 95 percent of them were, Since they have moved most of them to Comerica Park along with cooperate greed, none of them are free! But what has happened since then, after the money is made, downtown is almost a ghost town now, exception for the daily business and bars and restaurant. My mother use to say, you cut off your nos...
- Two New Books Released by Katherine Horton - James - 7/28/2015 11:01:08 AM
One is to give my personal views on Government Over Reach and Stupidity, the other is my Story of how my family and I Identified, and overcame an Obsessed Stalker.
You will want to read these Books.
These give my own voice to issues both personal and public. ...
- Me And My Ski Poles by Edie M. Batstone - 7/25/2015 6:56:36 AM
Walking out of doors with or without ski poles is my favourite form of exercise for my body, and a wonderful food source for my mind and my soul.
Me And My Ski Poles!
Walking with ski poles ? No way - I'm not going to have people looking at me like I'm weird!
But, here I am, a convert. After being introduced to the concept by the good folks at Walker House (and my husband) I checked it out on the net - According to write-ups about it, 'The logic is simple: Normal walking utilizes muscles in the lower half of the body...
- The present state of the car insurance industry – Top reasons to get an insurance policy by Alvin Goetz - 7/24/2015 7:44:35 AM
Nowadays it is not at all cheap to run a car; as the fuel costs, tax costs and maintenance add up, it become a huge burden for the vehicle owner to bear them. Apart from these costs, there is also a huge cost of insuring your car. If you’re someone who has been informed about the changes in the insurance market, you will be pleased to know that after years of rising car insurance premiums, the rat...
- My Successful Essay Writing by Isabelle Faulkner - 7/23/2015 3:53:13 AM
Lots of students and ex-students know that essay writing is one of the toughest things to do. It should be done right no matter if this is your assigned essay for the class, interesting essays for college admissions or paper for some essay contest. With this article, I want to show you how to prepare and write your A-grade essay of any type.
There is a task for you to do your research...
- Vacation to CT, Part III by Ann Herrick - 7/21/2015 5:40:25 AM
We hit the trifecta of food: pizza, clams, and lobster roll.
SIL tasted his first lobster roll--from Lobster Landing, of course. He was a bit hesitant at first, but once he tasted it he scarfed it down. smile emoticon
Pizza in New Haven at Pepe's. We got there just in time for lunch. Had to wait only a few minutes. Once we were seated the line stretched down the sidewalk to the parking lot (oh, and we got a nice shady spot in the parking lot). Als...
- Seven Reasons You Should Hand Over the Car Keys and Buy a Bus Pass by jessie m carolyn - 7/20/2015 10:17:20 PM
Not everyone is a great driver. Often times, you may wonder if another driver on the road with you got his or her drivers license out of a crackerjack box.
Not everyone is a great driver. Often times, you may wonder if another driver on the road with you got his or her drivers license out of a crackerjack box or gumball machine! Bottom line not everyone is cut out to be a good driver or even be a driver.
You may have a family member or friend you don’t like to ride with because they tailgate and your imaginary break nev...
- The Churchyard by Harvey Mendez - 7/19/2015 10:21:42 AM
No one would expect Cassandra Crowley’s horrific car accident on a stormy Halloween night in front of St. Anthony’s churchyard in Craggy Cove, Massachusetts to turn into a love triangle.
- Background to Zombies Anonymous by M Chapman - 7/18/2015 8:29:30 AM
Background to the novel Zombies Anonymous and what inspired it.
Archibald Griest: Zombie and revolutionary! But I thought I would give a little more background to the story.
The story started off as a more trivial short story in 2002. It was in response to various American zombie films I had seen up to that point. As the story progressed and was initially intended as a relatively silly tale of a person rotting and generally getting up peoples noses....
- Happy Bastille Day by Patricia A Guthrie - 7/15/2015 6:48:13 AM
Happy Bastille Day; The day that commemorates Freedom, Justice, Equality, Fraternity? Or the day that commenced France’s “Reign of Terror” (1793-1794) and one of the most terrifying periods in World
La Marseillaise - National Anthem of France
Allons enfants de la Patrie
Le jour de gloire est arrivé !
Contre nous de la tyrannie
L'étendard sanglant est levé
Entendez-vous dans nos campagnes
Mugir ces féroces soldats?
Ils viennent jusque dans vos bras.
Égorger vos fils, vos compagnes!
Aux armes citoyens
Formez vos bataillons
- Holy messengers & Evil spirits - Wow What a Motion picture by anna annajay jay - 7/14/2015 10:45:40 PM
In spite of the fact that I viewed the first film taking into account Dan Tans' smash hit "The Da Vinci Code" I hadn't anticipated viewing the motion picture Holy messengers and Evil spirits, yet kid
In spite of the fact that I viewed the first film taking into account Dan Tans' smash hit "The Da Vinci Code" I hadn't anticipated viewing the motion picture Holy messengers and Evil spirits, yet kid was I happy I did. It was an incredible and I thought it was superior to the first; it kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time. I was astounded to see that Tom Hanks was in the film (no, I didn'...
- The Guardians: Angels, Demons and Mortals by Stacy L Thowe - 7/14/2015 6:28:26 PM
I would hear my Assigned cry out, and I was instantly whisked to his or her side. It was as if I were a phantom that they could sense, but could not see. We knew you were one of our Assigned because w
Years in the making I am proud to announce my eBook, "The Guardians: Angels, Demons and Mortals" is finally available to the public. I wrote the manuscript due to my life long obsession with Guardian Angels. If you visit my facebook page: Author Stacy Thowe, you will find information on current happenings with Guardian Angels. I have felt them throughout my life. They were there when I needed them...
- Inflated book prices. by Audrey Coatesworth - 7/14/2015 12:41:10 AM
I found two of my books being offered for sale at ridiculous prices on Amazon.com and .co.uk.
For many reasons, I have, so far, self published my books. I had some of the first few books printed in England, but all are now printed as Print on demand, at present by Createspace. However, the original printed books have different covers and I am the only person who has any stock of these books in NEW condition.
Today, I have noticed that 'Choice for Teenagers' book , p...
- Psychology Recounts Biblical Story by Sage Sweetwater - 7/12/2015 3:54:50 AM
"To use religious women's stories to stairstep into power and wealth."—Sage Sweetwater
"In the mind of a female trailblazer, is an intelligent study to accomplish success. Even when you are borderline atheist, or have a polytheistic view when it fits the need."—Sage Sweetwater
- About My Newest Poem, by Harry E Gilleland - 7/11/2015 6:17:58 AM
The background for my writing my latest poem is given.
I recently (9 July 2015) posted a new free-verse poem relating my version of the experience of Blacks in Old Dixie or the Deep South. It is based upon my reading of history, viewing documentaries on TV about the Old South and the Civil War period, and even my taking a history elective in Southern History while an undergraduate at the University of Georgia - Athens way back in 1964. I have alwa...
- Chlorine and Jewelery: BEWARE! by Shawn Patrick Cormier - 7/11/2015 3:00:57 AM
Facets of knowledge gleaned from being a third generation jeweler!
Summer is fast approaching (or here already!), and many of you love to swim to beat the heat. But while you are soaking in the pool, your jewelry is taking a beating! In fact, wearing your jewelry in a chlorinated pool or hot tub can do more damage in one hour than several years worth of wear and tear.
If your jewelry is 10 karat, 14 karat or 18 karat gold, it contains other metals such a...
- Karen's Killer Book Bench Blog & Website by Karen Docter - 7/10/2015 10:28:13 AM
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If you're only interested in receiving my occasional author news, you can also subscribe to my mailing list. This is NOT a newsletter, just news about new releases and events. I won't SPAM your In...
- My Short Stories Online by M Allman - 7/10/2015 6:28:05 AM
I'd love to share some on my online publications.
I have several online publications my you can read for free, and I'd love to share them with readers.
I have two short horror stories here: The Crayon Box and Only the Best
http: www.microhorror.com microhorror category author m-allman
'Unlocking Carol's Smile by Approximately Naive - 7/10/2015 6:14:03 AM
Launched a page for my book recently. Please visit and like. Thank you.
https: www.facebook.com CarolsSmile2015...
- Why Do You Have Blotchy Skin by Leticia Vanderhoff - 7/8/2015 9:13:32 PM
What should you do if you're faced with patchy skin? In the first place, why does your skin turn out to be like that? Find out what actually causes it. Maybe certain foods you consume are the culprit. Some soaps tend to make your skin blotchy too. Do you think there is a way to save your skin? You're lucky because I found one article that not only explains the causes of blotchy skin but how to fix...
- Volunteers wanted by Mary Jo Nickum - 7/8/2015 5:57:03 PM
Volunteer reader editors needed
Be the first to read and edit new middle grade and young adult fiction by emerging authors. Must be able to use MSWord with the "Track Changes" and "Comment" features.If you have published books or magazine articles, that is also a plus. To volunteer, please respond to Mary at: email@example.com...
- A Literary Classic - But About That Title by Derrick R Bickley - 7/8/2015 12:44:30 AM
It's one of English Literature's great classics, but I do wonder about that title.
In line with a promise I made to myself some time ago to read or re-read some of our great literary classics, I have just finished Sir Walter Scott’s Ivanhoe ...
- Caught-Up by Shirley Woods - 7/5/2015 9:44:01 PM
Some people in our society are caught-up in a maze of selfees fantasy, and a world of make believe.
Looking at society from a Birds Eye View you can observe the masses of people held captive by selfees, face-book, different cell phone apps, mine craft, 5 nights at Freddies and the list continues. These electronic gadgets and mindless games are a way for us to escape to a world of Fantasy and Make Believe in order not to feel. Traveling through this Maze disguised as Courage,Love and...
- Tips on Critical Essay Writing by Vivien Smith - 7/2/2015 7:42:17 AM
At some point during your scholastic career, and definitely more than once, you will be asked to write a critical essay. The latter document involves your evaluation of an assigned topic. The teacher will likely give you an essay prompt defining what it is you are expected to analyze. The paper may be on a work of art, an article, movie, or even a novel you’ve read in class. Whatever the case ...
- On The Shrink NO DIET Weight Control by J. Ellen Andersen - 7/2/2015 6:22:59 AM
Introducing www.OnTheShrink.blogspot.com where all things NO DIET weight control are blogged about.
Topics include: Skinny Foods, Health Nutrition, Motivation, Inspiration, Weight Loss Drinks, Belly Fat, Fruits & Vegetables, Menopause, Weight Loss Myths, Comfort food, Fitness, Food Planning, Recipes, Vegetarian, Weight Loss Herbs, healthy living
I'm a 30 year veter...
- Jenkins's Journal: June 6, 1964 by Linda Riesenberg Fisler - 6/29/2015 6:16:11 AM
This week as we lead up to the 4th of July, we follow our Southern gentleman and Vietnam Veteran, Senator Robert Jenkins. This week's installments will be from his journal written in 1964.
We arrived, my team and I, at the Military Assistance Command Vietnam-Studies and Observation Group (I'll refer to this as MACV-SOG from now on. That's just too much to write.) two days ago. We were briefed on our mission. It's a rather complex reporting structure maybe because our assignments are classified and orders are to be received from the Pentagon or higher.
We have just retur...
- Customizing Your Résumé Is the Need of the Hour by Ray Holder - 6/29/2015 3:35:37 AM
Want to make the most out of your resume to crack that job interview? Read these tips to customize your résumé for the right job.
Applying for a job entails a lot more than meets the eye. It involves fashioning the perfect résumé, writing a formal-yet-appealing cover letter, doing a whole lot of research about a bunch of different employers and then finally sending out the applications. Each step in itself involves a lot of hard work and research on the part of the applicant. How well you do all these things...
- Piracy by Frances Lynn - 6/28/2015 5:36:05 AM
My novel "Frantic" has been pirated
I suppose I should be flattered. I see my novel Frantic has been pirated.
On one dodgy site, I was fascinated to wade through the mainly illiterate reviews. But one pirate going under the pseudonym of Avatar has given me my best review yet: “It's disgusting and painful to read, but impossible to stop.”
Thank you Avatar, whoever you are. I wish that tablets belonging to pirate pig...
- Name Your Crab by Lawrence Christopher - 6/28/2015 5:10:08 AM
Name the crabs in your barrel of acquaintances, family and friends.
Pincher crab: smokes, but is hardly if ever seen with a pack of cigarettes because they bum from you. They look for others to pay the change taxes on purchases.
Puller crab: pay for what they want. Beg to pay for what they need. They know when you get paid.
Grabber crab: accepts as much as you’re w...
- My forth coming book “Immortal Legends of Incredible India” by Vanshika Kasturi - 6/28/2015 12:39:08 AM
RELEASING ON 15th AUGUST 2015.......Friends it will be available at all leading online stores.
Hello everyone. A new Book again! How exciting!!
First of all, thank you for reading the flyer about the collection of somewhat personal explorations into history. Once you dive into these enthralling details, I hope, this book will fully reward you for your curiosity.
The idea of this book is; admittedly, bring back the popular legends of our glorious nation in contact with. ...
- How Ironic That Humourless Warmageddonists Will Not See The Irony by Ian R Thorpe - 6/27/2015 4:54:58 AM
First do no harm is an aphorism we should all remember from time to time.
I've lost count of how many times my blogs elewhere have highlighted the extraordinary consistency with which politicians and scientists working in concert manage to achieve the exact opposite of what they are aiming for. One might be tempted to think that the first step in proposing a scientific solution to any problem is to first understand what harm the unintended consequences of your solution ...
- Blowin' up a Storm: The Second Chronicles of Bernie Butz by Carol S Fowler - 6/26/2015 11:21:19 AM
Bernie is at it again. Check out the book profile. Available through Amazon.com in paperback or Kindle....
- Free! Three days only! by Todd Cheney - 6/24/2015 6:39:55 PM
Get the bracelet now on Kindle!
In this contemporary fantasy, Mike Alex, a small-town mechanic, has a problem. He's got a bracelet that can grant him any wish. He must discover how to use this power, but will he lose himself in the process?
http: www.amazon.com Bracelet-Todd-W-Cheney-ebook dp B002VWKF3M
- What in the word? by William Bonilla - 6/23/2015 6:03:40 AM
What in the world?
Are we becoming like the cities of Sodom & Gomorrah
Genesis :19, a society of sin and corruption? Where no one
Gives a rat's ass about other subjects nor current events
That our infamous media has to focus on a freak not of nature
But a self produced entity, masquerading as a woman showering it With millions of dollars in endorsements and covered by sh...
- http://promotepeaceandpeaceeducation.com by Chandrani Warnasuriya - 6/22/2015 11:30:51 PM
My peace education Blog is directed towards educating children in Peace Building. World Peace can only be achieved by making a start at the grassroots level of the child. "Child is the Father of man,"
- Happy Belated Father's Day! by Sandra Hurst - 6/22/2015 6:57:08 PM
On a religious standpoint, God did not create perfect fathers...
For those fathers out there who think they didn't deserve a Father's Day wish from their children, you are not alone; you are not perfect and your children are not perfect and they should not expect a perfect father.
Yes, many fathers, including mine, had made bad mistakes on their children. But these children will grow up or have grown into imperfect parents and will still expect their child...